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How Remove Accessibilty Wizard?

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Infinity7

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There used to be a tweak here telling how to make the Accessibility Wizard show up in the Windows Components section of Add/Remove Programs so that it then could be unchecked. I can't find that. Anybody know?

Infinity7
 
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Tope

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#2
Go to Drive root/Windows/INF and locate the file SYSOC.INF. Double click the file to open it in Notepad. In the "Components" section, you will see:

AccessUtil=ocgen.dll,OcEntry,accessor.inf,hide,7

Remove the "hide" part so that it looks like:

AccessUtil=ocgen.dll,OcEntry,accessor.inf,,7

Save the changes and exit. Take a backup of the original SYSOC.INF, just in case.

Now go to Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel, click, Add/Remove Windows Components, when the list is populated, Accessories and Utilities should be visible and highlighted (it'll be the first entry in the list), click Details and untick "Accessibility Wizard".
 
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Infinity7

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Thanks

Thanks Tope. That was what I was looking for. I really believe that this tweak stops the occasional "bogging-down" of some really sytem-intensive games. This is my second xp machine where I have found this to be true.

Infinity7
 
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Tope

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Interesting observation, infinity 7, must keep that in mind for future reference. Sorry I didn't spot your post ealier, by the way. :)
 

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